One More Saturday Night, Cold Rain & Snow, We Can Run But We Can't Hide, Stagger Lee, Memphis Blues, Row Jimmy, Let It Grow Hey Pocky Way, Playin' In The Band-> I Know You Rider-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Jam-> Standing On the Moon-> Throwing Stones-> Not Fade Away, E: U.S. Blues
SBD > MC > C > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN via Darryl Hinko
August 5, 2016 Subject:
Pretty standard '89 show, kinda hollow sound; may be the venue
January 19, 2013 Subject:
I WISH I WAS A HEADLIGHT....Boom Boom Boom Monster Bass .... ON A NORTHBOUND TRAIN!
March 14, 2012 Subject:
This recording is just outstanding. Thanks Dan! And the show...well, I have to give it my highest rating becasue you can feel it in your soul!! Brent and Jerry were just on fire. I miss them both sooooo much, but at least I have this.
March 3, 2008 Subject:
This is a definite soundboard. No doubt. Healy was doing some sick matrix recordings at the time, and this is proof of that fact. If you want to compare, a phenomenal audience recording is here on archive of the next night, with a purly raging scarlet>fire. It's said that garcia jumps a 360 during the Fire on the Mountain that night.
March 3, 2008 Subject:
Just cause you hear audience...
...doesn't mean it isn't a SoundBoard! It's obviously a mix. No way this is a pure audience recording. It's a Board with audience mixed in. Starts out with a hiss, but it goes away, and I found this a good listen. Terrapin rocks.
November 5, 2007 Subject:
Good show, but this is no board
A pretty good show based on my listen to the first few songs in the first set (so far), but this is definitely not a soundboard -- the crowd noise is right up front and resolves into individual voices, and it has that flanged/compressed sound that you get with not-terribly-good mikes. There's also a lot of wow & flutter that gives it that underwater, slightly off-key sound that those of us who traded tapes of mid 70's shows remember so dearly. Finally, the levels are all out of whack...there must have been a generation that was recorded on old or cheap tape.
It would be great to have a real board thrown up here -- the playing is tight and high-energy. Sounds like the boys were really on that night....
October 31, 2005 Subject:
There was no Terrapin on 1/7/79, MSG..
Other than that a good show.. pocky, rider -> terrapin...during the Northbound Train part, Phil drops some things....
April 29, 2005 Subject:
another good one
i like the night before a lil better but thats just personal preference this is a great show as said before the pocky way its blazin
February 18, 2005 Subject:
First 1/2 of second set amazing example of what the Dead with Brent could do in their prime. Hey Pocky Way is so tight, so high energy. What a run of shows at such a great time for the Dead, at such a special venue. For those who were there those years, Red Lion!
January 24, 2005 Subject:
Pretty solid show all around. While the Playin'->Rider is noteworthy for the novelty factor, the real standout tune is the Terrapin. Along with 1/7/79, this is probably the sickest version of the song I've heard.
January 10, 2005 Subject:
What a night!
Shared a grilled cheese sandwich with Bill Walton. Weir was on! Positive vibes all around the joint. Gimme some more of that San Anselmo Overwelmo!
July 16, 2004 Subject:
the day was hot, i saw bill graham on his moto bike cruisin, that night was like an explosion of music, the hey pocky>playin > rider is magnificent,definitely the highlight, but weir struts his stuff in the throwin stones with sine really cool licks if you listen carefully towards the end, great recording, not the best but very good